“Some insight to help you decide between a.m. or p.m. workouts.”
“Shopping can be stressful! And adding several heavy bags can make it even worse. A new study found that carrying shopping bags evenly with both hands close to the sides of the body causes less strain than carrying them with […]
Spinal stenosis is a common cause of low back and sciatica in those over age 50. A new study on the treatment of stenosis concluded: “An increase in utilization of surgery has been noted. However, surgery has no significant benefit […]
Avid cyclists – listen up. Proper adjustment of your bicycle helps to minimize fatigue, discomfort, and overuse injury. The following guidelines should help fit your bike to your body: Choose the right size bike – a rough estimate for choosing […]
Exercising on vacation is not impossible. Here is some advice on how to do it even without any access to equipment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/geraldeskenazi/2018/07/26/you-should-workout-while-traveling-its-not-as-hard-as-you-think/#35d3fc4a40ae
Take these simple precautions to avoid back pain http://www.tv3.ie/xpose/article/lifestyle/272477/7-simple-ways-to-avoid-backpain Tip: Use the automatic thumbnail feature on Facebook when copy/pasting a link to post as your status. Utilize hashtags on Twitter to gain more visibility.
A new (very large) European Spine Journal Study found that chiropractic spinal manipulation does not increase the risk of disc herniation: “The risk for acute disc herniation associated with chiropractic visits was no higher than the risk associated with primary […]
“Keep in mind that you and your workout buddy’s fitness level and experience may not be the same. Always listen to YOUR body when it comes to rest and recovery after exercise.”